Overseas Suitability Screening
To support health needs of deploying and redeploying Soldiers to include:
Deployment Medical Readiness Clinic (DMRC) provides a centralized service for Soldiers who need a post-deployment health assessment (PDHA) three months after returning to their duty station. A post-deployment health re-assessment (PDHRA) is also provided six months after a Soldier returns to their duty station from deployment. Soldiers who have health issues identified through the PDHA or PDHRA assessments are assigned a health care team (providers and nurses) to facilitate care. To schedule an appointment please call the DMRC front desk at 757-314-8026. If you have questions please contact:
Deployment Medical Readiness Clinic
McDonald Army Health Center
Bldg. 664 Darcy Place
Fort Eustis, VA 23604
To cancel an appointment please call DMRC directly at 757-314-8026. McDonald Army Health Center requires that beneficiaries cancel 24 hours prior to your appointment. Smallpox Vaccine Procedures for Deploying Soldiers The Deployment Medical Readiness Center (DMRC) has dedicated MONDAYS ONLY to Soldiers requiring the Smallpox Vaccine* for Deployment. Smallpox required for Deployment/PCS to:
All Soldiers needing the vaccine must first report to the DMRC, Bldg. 2792B Harrison Loop. Female Soldiers will be administered a pregnancy test.
Remember, “No pregnancy test / No Smallpox vaccine
All Soldiers requiring the vaccine will complete the required medical questionnaire and attend the Smallpox briefing at 0830.
Immediately following the briefing, the provider will screen each applicant and determine their eligibility for receiving the vaccine.
If the Soldier meets all requirements, vaccination will be administered following provider visit. The following Monday (7 days from initial vaccine), please return to the DMRC for your “take-check” appointment unless otherwise instructed. If you have questions regarding Smallpox please contact:
Mon - Fri: 0730 to 1630
Bldg. 664 Darcy Pl Fort Eustis, VA 23604